Is it safe for me to generate my PGP keys through your website? Yes, it is as safe as generating your keys using a local application. The key generation on our website is done client-side only. This means the key pairs are generated entirely in your web browser and they never leave your computer. Our website never sees any key related data or the key itself. Can you tell me more about the keys you generate?
How to make Facebook send you encrypted notification emails
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Log in or Create a profile. Once you have created your key GPG Keychain has both, your public and secret key. Double click any entry to open detailed information about that key. We recommend using the key servers for distribution of your key. That way it's simple for your friends to retrieve your public key.
PGP is a time-tested and proven method of protecting email communications with end-to-end encryption which prevents emails from being read by any third parties, including the email provider. ProtonMail is unique because it has PGP fully integrated such that you do not need to take any additional steps to benefit from PGP encryption. All messages between ProtonMail users are automatically end-to-end encrypted. Additionally, all messages in ProtonMail inboxes are protected with PGP encryption to prevent us or anyone else from reading or sharing your emails while at rest, a concept known as zero-access encryption. By default, ProtonMail communicates with external email accounts without end-to-end encryption.
Learn how to add an OpenPGP public key to your Facebook profile and set it so that Facebook will encrypt the notification emails it sends to you. Facebook introduced an option for users to add OpenPGP public keys to their profiles and select to receive encrypted notification emails -- account recovery emails, in particular -- in an effort to better protect your privacy online. It requires two keys -- one public, the other private -- to protect email from prying eyes.